Delamore managing director Wayne Eady said: "It's a big step for us and will enable us to make available to our customers a much, much bigger range of product - up to 5,000."
The purchase of the entire share capital of the company "strengthens the relationship between the management team and the famous family business", he added.
He said Delamore plans to invest more in the sales department of the business and aims to be part of a bigger international organisation while remaining local. There will be benefits from access to genetics, research, technology and better logistics, he explained.
Eady said Delamore has been scaling back on supplier numbers while growing sales by 15 per cent this year. The Delamore and Volmary sales teams joined forces a year ago in an "engagement" that led to the sale.
Delamore has the capacity to grow by another 20 per cent, said Eady. It will be at the Four Oaks Trade Show in September talking about its plans, but otherwise it will be "business as usual".